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  1. Disneyland is going to be adding jobs for the next year and half. Most jobs will be ride mach called OUTSIDE MACHINIST'S (40), ride elec (20) and ride sound (20). They are also going to need ride op's. As they build the new part of DCA in Anaheim they will add jobs. It looks like the first round will be this month then the winter of 2010 spring of 2011 and summer of 2011. Other then ride op's the jobs pay 55K to 70K if you get over time you could run as high as 100K. When I started there over 15 years ago as a diver my first year was 120K. To get a job there TAKES time start by going to there web site and do your app on line they only keep the app's for 6 months you will need to fill out a new one every 6 months. But don't give up this is the best job you could every have.
  2. Forget the east fork and head to the cajon creek. No rangers, no parking problems and there is gold. The gold is not big, but for a fun day try blue cut or try one of the three feeder canyons. I like the feeder canyons.
  3. Hey Frank, We just returned home from a week of hell in Quartzite rain and flooding and then a tornado at my place in Blythe that snapped power poles like tooth picks. But all and all I still got some color. Also ran into Bob and Jerry in the field on Tuesday.
  4. Hey Herb, I would try McMaster Carr ( mcmaster.com ) or try Grainger ( grainger.com ).
  5. The boxes held the implements and the opium they would smoke, Sometimes you will find coins and tiles from a game that they would play. A complete kit can bring up to 20,000. The kits were left behind when they ran out of opium.
  6. It is the lid off an opium kit, I have 3 complete kit that I have found. Cool find
  7. I love the Betty B and as you said the nuggets like to hide. And the hol-e cactus claim (SPMA) is another place for hide and seek. Another club i belong to has the goodman placer claim behind Betty B.
  8. If you are working wet material then the cradle is great for you. Good luck
  9. We were there last month and got two nuggets from Cargo Muchacho also used our Gold Cradle for some pickers. And also worked the pot holes claims and then went up two the Betty B claim at La Paz placers and got 3 more. I have been working the La Paz claims for the last year. The Quartzsite claims are great in the summer the winter has a lot of snow birds. SPMA members remember to do the claim paper work when you get home and send it in. SPMA member
  10. I still screen my material It just saves time.
  11. I love my Gold Cradle and would not trade it for the world. Small and compact great for my wife. All you need is 5gal of water. and your set. I paid for it my second time out. Make sure you use clay gone. The small pan that comes with it is great for a quick clean up. Just remember SLOW, this is not a drywasher. http://www.goldcradle.com/
  12. Lucky, You know the best thing for that sunburn is a cold beer the more you drink the less it hurts. :icon1: Thats how we do it along the river.
  13. Great story, We are heading to La Paz placers next week to work the claim. NOAA site says it's going to be 100 deg this is going too suck if we don't get any nuggets.
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